Hi, our team is building an app in the innovation project with the city of Helsinki and Metropolia.
We are running the linkedevents api locally for testing purposes but we noticed that we need to authenticate somehow to do POST requests.
How can we create the credentials needed / change the permissions to allow POST requests without authentication?
apikey, then putting that in the
apikeyrequest header will allow the request to do POST and PUT in the
/v1/eventendpoint as long as the
publisherin the json is the same organization as the Organization that owns the DataSource.
Hello There! :)
I'm from Brasil, my company is an outsourcing and turnkey projects specialist with many technologies, we have clients in Spain and the UK, and want to get new clients and opportunities around the world.
How is the outsourcing market in your country?
@roginvs Respa doesn't use API keys as such, rather the API is open for anybody to browse, but actually PUT/POSTing reservations requires logging in with an SSO such as the Helsinki tunnistamo.
You can contact respa product owner firstname.lastname@example.org to ask how to proceed (and are there plans to allow 3rd party UIs to authenticate with our SSO), but my first step would be just to create a client that can do GET requests and worry about authentication later on :)
@k-ja My answer to you, I'm afraid, is the same as to roginvs above: in my understanding that would require negotiating with respa product owner email@example.com , he will know best if we allow other clients than Varaamo to actually authenticate with our SSO.
This always requires a setting in our SSO (and a shared secret between the client and our SSO) to allow an external client to authenticate, make reservations and edit data.
@k-ja So you have a local respa instance. For that you would need a local Tunnistamo and configure them to work together.
However, what is your end goal? Interacting with the production version of Respa? Like Riku said, the challenge there would be more organizational, you would need to talk with the product owner about integrating there, aligning your goals with the respa roadmap, etc.
@victorcafi This is definitely the correct chat! However, we haven't been organizing hack days as such for a while. However, this week there is a Helsinki loves developers meet https://www.facebook.com/events/162874515135407/ (sadly in Finnish), which concerns open data. There might be people you are interested in meeting there?
So, really depends on what kind of people you want to meet. There are no proper hack events that I know of coming up at the moment.